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David Andrew

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    "Twitter Notes to PowerPoint from The Tablet PC Education Blog by noreply@blogger.com (The Tablet PC In Education Blog) NESI teachers find Dave Johnson's suggested ways to use Twitter improves classroom PowerPoint presentations. They use: 1. The add-on PowerPoint Feedback Slides to insert Feedback Feedback clouds with a presentation. They configure it, so they can moderate feeds before they post. 2. The real-time PowerPoint Twitter Ticker Bar at the bottom of the slide to display the last 10 tweets that match the PP slide. 3. The PowerPoint Twitter Voting function to Feedback responses to teacher Qs on a PowerPoint slide. Twitter tallies the results and displays them as a bar or pie chart. 4. The PowerPoint Auto Tweet to push PowerPoint notes out to Feedbacks via Twitter in real time, as teachers flip to each side. Teachers control what goes out by wrapping tweeted notes in twitter tags. Thanks, Dave, for pointing us to these Twitter functions. Kudos, Teachers for adapting them to classrooms. Johnson, D. Display Tweets in PowerPoint, Send PowerPoint Notes to Twitter. Heiny, R. Accelerated K12 Mobile Learning: Press Release (NESI). Posted by The Tablet PC In Education Blog. February 13, 2009, 3:29 PM. (Retrieved January 15, 2009, 3:19 PM.)"
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Stanford Study of Writing - Home - 0 views

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    This is a very interesting study done by Andrea Lunsford at Stanford which suggests that the rise of social software has had a positive effect on students' writing. Interesting to read some of the things the students valued about their participation in the study - peer student, detailed editing-style commentary on their scripts & so on.
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News: No Grading, More Learning - Inside Higher Ed - 0 views

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    Interesting experiment with peer assessment from a Duke prof. She stopped assigning marks (though she read every piece of work and gave feedback), the feedbacks marked each others' work, and the quality of the work improved.
David Andrew

Annotate for Word - 0 views

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    Useful for providing feedback to feedbacks? I haven't tried it but looks interesting
Giles Martin

Adobe Connect Now - 0 views

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    Adobe Connect web meeting app - available for free for up to three participants (including host - only one who needs to sign up). Participants simply go to the host's meeting room url (which is easy to remember) and can use webcams/audio, share screen/windows, type messages and meeting notes, use the whiteboard, exchange files.
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    I have an account and tested it with Carl. For me - seemed to work well and could be a useful (and free) way of conducting, say, a tutorial with feedback for someone who couldn't physically be there for whatever reason. Anyone who wants to try, let me know and I'll invite you to the meeting room.
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    Looks very good - liked the way it went straight to gmail to find contacts - lets try it more widely.
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    We recommended this to the folks running a Clinical Dermatology course for holding their virtual tutorials and it seemed to work pretty well. It does require quite an up to date version of the Flash player which can be a problem...i.e. anyone attempting to use a student service machine or some staff with 'managed' computers won't be able to use it. I believe Electronic Engineering have forked out for the "pro" version...or at least they have in the past. As usual with Adobe stuff,,,it looks slick! DimDim is another web-conferencing thingy that seems to get a lot of press...haven't used it myself. Elluminate is another one that I've seen used at several meetings I've been to recently.
David Andrew

Peergrade - engaging student peer review - 0 views

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    Listened to webinar on this today - looks good
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